Ealing Autumn Festival Exhibition

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This year's Ealing Autumn Festival will be based around the theme of Truth and Reconciliation – with one of the highlights an exhibition of paintings that will tour libraries across the borough.

The exhibition is being created by a group of Hanwell based artists and will be launched at Ealing Central Library on April 23 and then continue at various venues until next January. It is being run in conjunction with Ealing Libraries and CCS (Cultural Community Solutions) and will form a major part of this year's Ealing Autumn Festival.

The exhibition takes an abstract view of Truth and Reconciliatio

The artists involved are Maggie Le Rougetel, Naomi Healy, Samantha Rough and Helen Tyler assisted by aspiring young artist Batrisyie Hussain.
The launch of the exhibition at Ealing Central Library on April 23 from 1-4pm will commemorate 400 years since the death of Shakespeare and will include talks, art and craft work and other events. It will continue at the library in the Broadway Shopping Centre until May 5 before moving to Acton Library on its tour around the borough.

More information at your local library or visit www.ealingautumnfestival.co.uk for a full list of tour dates.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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